I’m trying to install Rust via LinuxBrew (This is a scripted install with lots of dependencies) and it’s falling over when trying to install Rust. This appears to be because https://static.rust-lang.org/ is down and the script is trying to fetch https://static.rust-lang.org/dist/2017-11-12/cargo-0.23.0-x86_64-apple-darwin.tar.gz
It’s not down here, and given that it’s amazon S3, if it were truly down,
the internet would be falling apart
That link does 404 though. I don’t know enough to say if that URL is
supposed to be correct or not.
Works for me.
Good spot, i’ll report back to the LinuxBrew people to see if they wanted to link to that instead.
I see some XML of
ListBucketResult of Amazon in the https://static.rust-lang.org/ web site. There are many paths to some bench
tar.gz and metric
json files not related to Rust at all. Looks like an issue in Amazon itself.
That is the usual output from on a bucket. static hosts many build artifacts and the json files are related to Rust: they are artifacts from an old build run.